Sustainability Books

Thought-provoking reads to inspire change and help you tread a little more lightly on the planet. Ideal sustainable gif...
Thought-provoking reads to inspire change and help you tread a little more lightly on the planet. Ideal sustainable gifts, or simply a treat for yourself. Go plastic-free, cut your carbon footprint and give up fast fashion this year, with the help of our woke selection. You can totally judge these books by their covers.
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Thought-provoking reads to inspire change and help you tread a little more lightly on the planet. Ideal sustainable gifts, or simply a treat for yourself. Go plastic-free, cut your carbon footprint and give up fast fashion this year, with the help of our woke selection. You can totally judge these books by their covers.
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Sustainability – A modern issue With a rapidly changing climate system and seas choked with plastic pollution, it’s clear we need to change how we live to avoid destroying our beautiful planet. From the clothes we wear, to the food we eat, the products we buy and the way we travel, every decision we make as consumers is one that either takes us towards a more sustainable life or away from it. The good news is that we are beginning to see meaningful change at both a governmental and personal level. Household recycling rates are going up, disposable plastic use is going down and politicians are being forced to set ambitious targets for the reduction of emissions – go team! We can always do more, but sometimes it’s hard to know how. That’s where our range of sustainable reads come in! Books have always expanded minds, changed how people see the world and functioned as a guide for life. We may live in the tech age, but we think books still have a game-changing place in society. Here’s some awesome publications that would make perfect sustainable presents. Just say no to fast fashion The fashion industry is one of the world’s biggest polluters, emitting more carbon than aviation and shipping combined, guzzling billions of gallons of water and producing 20% of the world’s industrial water pollution. Luckily, Lauren Bravo has written How to Break up with Fast Fashion, a guilt-free guide to changing the way you shop, and it turns out you CAN love fashion and the planet at the same time – yay! Go vegan (ish) Extensive studies have shown that adopting a vegan diet can be one of most significant ways of reducing your carbon footprint. Folks who aren’t ready to go fully plant-based are cutting back the number of animal products they consume, or having a day or two a week in the v-gang. Either way, I Can Cook Vegan is packed with doable recipes for vegan newbies and plant-based pros alike. If comfort food’s your thing, Epic Vegan waves a plant-based wand over a selection of timeless dishes such as deep dish pizzas and mac n’ cheese. Our mouths were watering at the first page. Reduce your carbon footprint SOS: What You Can Do to Reduce Climate Change is a simple guide to making small changes to cut down your emissions dramatically. Written by a climate change researcher, it’s a well-researched book with practical solutions. Cut back on plastics We all know we need to cut back on our plastic usage, especially single-use products, but it’s too hard, isn’t it? Not with Say No to Plastic it isn’t! This handy guide is packed with easy hacks to cut back – you’ll be amazed how easily you can change your habits.